Saturday, February 03, 2007

More Democrat Anti-Semitism

The Democrats had a “moderate” Muslim, Imam Al-Husainy, to open up the Democratic National Committee’s winter meeting with a prayer. However, this “moderate” Muslim is no moderate. And may I entreat people to watch the undercover video footage off to the right (6-parts) that are hidden footage from Britains “moderate” mosques.

But make no mistake. Imam Al-Husainy is no moderate. He was an advisor to the late Mohammed Bakr Al-Hakim, leader of the Iran-backed Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution. He's allied with the mainstream of Iraq's Shia Islam, which is terrorizing and driving out the few Christians left there.

Friday Night, Associated Press quoted Al-Husainy's teenage son, Ali Al-Najjar:

This is the first time I've seen my dad this happy.

But I've seen him this happy on several occasions.

This past summer, Al-Husainy seemed very happy leading almost-daily protests of thousands of Hezbollah supporters on the streets of Dearborn and Detroit, swarming with swastikas and anti-Semitic, anti-American signs.

Later, I watched him very much enjoy himself at an anti-Semitic rally of 3,000 Hezbollah supporters at Dearborn's Bint Jebail Cultural Center. He was among several who delivered hate-filled, anti-American rhetoric. I watched him cheer others on when they called for the hastened destruction of the Jews and when they said Americans are "diseased."

  • Debbie Schlussel

  • I wonder if the left would be right there with him chanting away at “America’s ‘occupation’ forces” with these extremists. I’m sure of it. A good theological breakdown of the prayer can be found at Robert Spencer’s site:

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  • Wednesday, January 31, 2007

    Two New Books Confirm Global Warming Is Natural, Moderate
    Center for Global Food Issues

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Two powerful new books say today's global warming is due not to human activity but primarily to a long, moderate solar-linked cycle. "Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1500 Years," by physicist Fred Singer and economist Dennis Avery was released just before Christmas. "The Chilling Stars: A New Theory of Climate Change," by Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark and former BBC science writer Nigel Calder (Icon Books), is due out in March.

    Singer and Avery note that most of the earth's recent warming occurred before 1940, and thus before much human-emitted CO2. Moreover, physical evidence shows 600 moderate warmings in the earth's last million years. The evidence ranges from ancient Nile flood records, Chinese court documents and Roman wine grapes to modern spectral analysis of polar ice cores, deep seabed sediments and layered cave stalagmites.

    "Unstoppable Global Warming" shows the earth's temperatures following variations in solar intensity through centuries of sunspot records, and finds cycles of sun-linked isotopes in ice and tree rings. The book cites the work of Svensmark, who says cosmic rays vary the earth's temperatures by creating more or fewer of the low, wet clouds that cool the earth. It notes that global climate models can't accurately register cloud effects.

    "The Chilling Stars" relates how Svensmark's team mimicked the chemistry of earth's atmosphere, by putting realistic mixtures of atmospheric gases into a large reaction chamber, with ultraviolet light as a stand-in for the sun. When they turned on the UV, microscopic droplets-cloud seeds-started floating through the chamber.

    "We were amazed by the speed and efficiency with which the electrons [generated by cosmic rays] do their work of creating the building blocks for the cloud condensation nuclei," says Svensmark.

    "The Chilling Stars" documents how cosmic rays amplify small changes in the sun's irradiance fourfold, creating 1-2 degree C cycles in earth's temperatures: Cosmic rays continually slam into the earth's atmosphere from outer space, creating ion clusters that become seeds for small droplets of water and sulfuric acid. The droplets then form the low, wet clouds that reflect solar energy back into space. When the sun is more active, it shields the earth from some of the rays, clouds wane and the planet warms.

    "Unstoppable Global Warming" documents the reality of a moderate, natural, 1500-year climate cycle on the earth. "The Chilling Stars" explains the why and how.

    The Center for Global Food Issues, a project of Hudson Institute, conducts research and analysis of agriculture and the environmental concerns surrounding food and fiber production.

    Center for Global Food Issues

    Monday, January 29, 2007

    Flip-Flop John Kerry – Against Persian Nukes Before He Was Against Them!

    Imported from LGF

    This was John Kerry just one year and two weeks or so ago:

    “Ultimately if we are not able to find any diplomatic resolution in the next weeks I don’t think we have any choice but to take it to the international community. I think Iran has made a very dangerous and a very silly decision and it is inviting confrontation not with the United States but with the global community that cares enormously about the control of nuclear weapons.”

    This is John Kerry now:

    Addressing a world Economic Forum meeting in Davos Switzerland on Saturday, Kerry also strongly rejected West’s demanded prerequisites for the resumption of nuclear talks with Iran.

    Kerry, whose remarks followed a speech by Iran’s former President Seyed Mohammad Khatami, stated his support for Khatami’s views, and said Americans find out - only when they are outside their country - that the world is different from what they imagine.

    “We should give up pessimism and pick up a realistic view,” he said, and further stressed the need for the US to change its policies towards the world countries and issues.